Telephones go three points clear at the top
BRISTOL Telephones maintained their 100 per cent record and opened up a three-point lead at the top of Premier One courtesy of a 3-1 home win over second-placed Avonmouth.
Jamie Lee Shepherd, with a penalty, Keiran Golding and Martin Blacked were the Telephones' marksmen, while Charlie Bishop replied for Avonmouth.
Damien Weston scored a hat-trick for Lawrence Weston, who overcame Cadbury Heath Reserves by the odd goal in five to join Avonmouth in second place.
St Aldhelms were indebted to a penalty save from Steve Wring in their 2-0 home victory over Severn Beach. Aaron McQuaid and Dan Hennessey were on target for the Saints.
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John Pugsley scored two penalties in a hat-trick to help Fishponds OBs to their first win of the season, 4-0 at Fry's against Winford PH. Sam Payne scored the other goal.
A goal from Dave Pearson earned a point for Ashton United at Dundry against Old Georgians. Chris Watts equalised for Old Georgians.
Promoted Stoke Gifford United gained their first win of the season, 3-1 at Easton Cowboys Suburbia. Marcus Smith scored for the Cowboys.
Donovan Shand scored a hat-trick for Premier Two leaders Almondsbury UWE Reserves in a 6-2 win over Wessex Wanderers. Jason Alderman (2) and a 30-yard shot from Lee Roberts completed their scoring, while Marcus Nicholas and Steven Pocock replied for Wessex.
Rockleaze Rangers Reserves edged out Glenside Five OB Reserves by the odd goal in five. Mark Linton, Steve Mason and Pete Tomiak scored for Rockleaze and Dino Parker netted both the Glenside goals.
Third-placed Ridings High shared four goals at Cossham Street against Mangotsfield Sports.
Dan Clarke and Kevin Hughes bagged braces for fourth-placed Brislington A, who maintained their unbeaten record with a 4-3 home win over Bristol Athletic. Kadeem Sinclair, Kelvin Williams and Shah Singh were on target for the Athletic.
Whitchurch gained their first point of the season after sharing four goals at home to Tytherington Rocks Reserves. Jack Rees and Alex Clark were the Whitchurch marksmen.
Only one game was played in Division Two because of the GFA Junior Cup and Broad Plain House moved into second place courtesy of a 5-3 win at Hengrove Athletic.
Hanham Athletic Suburbia beat AFC Hartcliffe 2-1 in Division Three to go top of the table on goal difference.
Ryan Werrett and Phil Wiggam, with a penalty, scored for Hanham and Ashley Lawrence replied for Hartcliffe.
Two teams have 100 per cent records at the top of Division Four.
AEK Boco Colts beat Fishponds OBs B 4-0 to join Broad Walk at the top.
Long Ashton Colts moved into third place courtesy of a 2-0 win at Coupland Insulation. Rich Withers and Dan Stephens scored for Long Ashton.
Andrew Slee and Slam Thatsaniphone were on target for Bristol Sports United in a 2-1 win over Rockleaze Rangers A.
Downend Foresters Reserves won 2-1 at Old Georgians Reserves, thanks to strikes by Alex May and Joe Spearey. Ross Dark replied for Old Georgians.
Winford PH Reserves gained their first points of the season with a 5-3 win at Severn Beach Reserves, who remain pointless. Ollie Stokes (2) and Josh Reed scored for Severn Beach.
Mike Hathway and Chris Evans scored twice as Severnside move to the top of Division Five with a 6-0 win at Wessex Wanderers Reserves. Harry Badock and Phil Wyld completed the scoring.
Second-placed Cadbury Heath A dropped their first points of the season, sharing four goals with The Park Knowle, whose two goals came from Shane Bouchen.
Division Six is a very difficult league to predict as it is made up of new teams, Staple Hill are the leaders after beating Bristol Spartak 6-0, thanks to goals from James West (2), Joe Thomas, Julias Weithers, Luke Elston Bryant and Robert Graham.
Billy Mitchell scored five times for North Bristol Catalans, who maintained their 100 per cent record with an 8-5 victory over Fry's OB Reserves. Jake Palmer, Josh Graham and Alex Graham were also on target for North Bristol, while Kieran Rees (3), Scott Janes and Adam Vernon scored for Fry's
Bristol Bilbao are in third place after a record-breaking 24-0 win over Whitchurch Sports. Nick Joyce scored seven.